Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by C. Knick Harley.|
|Series||The growth of the world economy ;, 3, An Elgar reference collection|
|Contributions||Harley, C. Knick.|
|LC Classifications||HF1379 .I547 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||95034997|
Get this from a library! The integration of the world economy, [C Knick Harley;]. Downloadable! During the latter part of the nineteenth century and the beginning of this century both international trade and national economies grew exponentially, with international trade growing considerably faster than national income. Contributors to these two volumes question whether trade’s more rapid growth was an engine pulling successful economies, or whether government policies of. The rise of Zanzibar was based on two major economic transformations. Firstly slaves became used for producing cloves and grains for export. Previously the slaves themselves were exported. Secondly, there was an increased international demand for luxuries such as ivory. At the same time the price of imported manufactured gods was falling. "By the end of the book, "More" has given the reader a vivid sense of the extraordinary achievements of the interwoven modern world economy, with numerous lively anecdotes. It is quite an accomplishment to find the right length to tell a 10,year story while including so much relevant detail."Reviews: 6.
Historically, in many countries, integration into the world economy was accompanied by unemployment in some sectors of the economy. In addition, economic fluctuations due to international price changes produced variations in cyclical unemployment. The result was an increase in voters’ demands for more adequate unemployment insurance policies. Chapter 9, entitled the “Political Trilemma of the World Economy,” is a key chapter in the book. Rodrik argues that we cannot have “deep economic integration” (he uses the term “hyper-globalization”), national sovereignty (nation state), and democratic politics all at once (pp. –). We can have at most two out of three. This book discusses China's integration into the world economy, drawing on papers previously written by the editor. It focuses on strong trade growth, FDI inflows, innovation policy (including transfer of technology and intellectual property), the role of saving, and the accumulation of human capital. The United States has played a key role in the development of economic and financial globalization since the end of World War II and has been the largest force for integration of the global economy. While the US economy as a whole has been a net beneficiary from globalization, significant costs have been incurred by certain groups and.
Books; The Economic History of Latin America since Independence The export sector and the world economy, circa – Victor Bulmer-Thomas, Royal Institute of measure of agreement had been reached that Latin America's best hope for rapid economic advancement rested on closer integration into the world economy through commodity. Books in this series. Sort By. Trade and the Industrial Revolution, – HB Member price $ eBook $ View now. The Integration of the World Economy, – Edited by C. K. Harley. HB List price $ HB Member price $ eBook $ View now. Trade in the Pre-modern Era, – Edited by Douglas A. Russia and the World Economy analyses the major economic, historical and political obstacles to the successful integration of the Russian economy into the world economy. Alan Smith examines the role of Western assistance and advice in this process, and the potential implications of failure of reforms in Russia for global stability and international. In book: The Handbook of Economic Sociology (pp) capitalist world-economy, tion that the nature of global economic integration.